Texas Tech University

Sophomore only Texan to receive national scholarship

Kimberly Caballero

February 26, 2018

The Ranger - A sophomore will graduate with three associate degrees.

Her mom is "really excited" her daughter is pursuing three degrees and reminds her to "keep moving forward, get it done and hang in there," she said.

"My mom is really happy I got this energy of wanting to pursue higher education," she said. Graduation is around the corner for Teneyuque.

She will graduate with an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science and an Associate in Applied Science in nursing.

She plans to enter the RN to BSN program this fall at Texas Tech University to earn a bachelor's degree and potentially go for a master's degree in nursing.

Teneyuque shared advice for students who may feel overwhelmed juggling school and work.

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